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Trivia on July 4: Who was the signer of the Declaration of Independence?

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When Americans from Coast to Coast celebrate this weekend's July 4th holiday, here are some simple answers to some important questions about American history. there is.

The Continental Congress adopted the Declaration of Independence in Philadelphia on July 4, 1776.

The Declaration of Independence was obsessed with parchment, and according to the National Archives, delegations began signing parchment on August 2, 1776.

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In 1776, a total of 56 men signed the Declaration of Independence.

Some of the signatories of the Declaration of Independence, such as John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, dedicate their lives to public affairs. 

Shown in this image is Holly Metcalf Kinyon's 1776 broadside printing of the Declaration of Independence at the Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia. Metcalf Kinyon, a descendent of Declaration signer John Witherspoon, lent her document to the museum to be displayed from June 18, 2019, to the end of that year. 

Shown in this image Is a 1776 Broadside print of the Declaration of Independence at the Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia, Holly Metcalf Kinyon. Metcalf Kinyon, a descendant of John Witherspoon, the signer of the Declaration, lent her documents to the museum for display from June 18, 2019 to the end of the year.  (AP Photo / Matt Rourke)

Of course, Adams was the second president and Jefferson was the third president.

However, some of the signers are remembered only by history. For example, Button Gwinnett in Georgia and Josiah Bartlet in New Hampshire have slightly different spellings and were used as characters in the president of Martin Sheen. West wing. "

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Well, this is 1776 A list of 56 individuals who signed the Declaration of Independence in the year. Their names are forever associated with this bold act affecting the American generation. Come. 

Independence Day fireworks appear above the White House North Portico lit in red, white and blue lights on Saturday evening, July 4, 2020, during the Salute to America 2020, Fourth of July celebration. 

Independence Day fireworks appear above the White House North Portico was lit with red, white and blue lights on Saturday night, July 4, 2020, during Independence Day Salute to America 2020.  (HUM by Getty Images) Image / Universal Image Group)

The signatories of the Declaration of Independence are listed here in alphabetical order. Archive list.

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Do you know the number of these names related to July 4th?

1. Adams, John

2. Adams, Samuel

3. Bartlett, Joysa 

4. Braxton, Carter

5. Carol, Carolton's Charles

6. Chase, Samuel

7. Clark, Abraham

8. Climber, George

9. Ellery, William

10. Floyd, William

Boy Scouts of America in uniform carry American flags during a procession of flags for Honor America Day in Washington, D.C., on July 4, 1970. 

A boy scout in uniform carries the American flag during the Honorary American Day Flag Procession held in Washington, D.C. on July 4, 1970.  (AlanRaia / Newsday RM via Getty Images)

11. Franklin, Benjamin

12. Jerry, Elbridge

13. Gwinnett, Button

14. Hall, Lyman

15. Hancock, John

16. Harrison, Benjamin

17. Heart, John

18. Hughes, Joseph

19. Heyward Jr., Thomas

20. Hooper, William

Fourth of July fireworks are shown against the dark night sky in this image.

In this image, the fireworks on July 4th are displayed against a dark night sky. (iStock)

21. Hopkins, Stephen

22. Hopkinson, Francis

23. Huntington, Samuel

24. Jefferson, Thomas

25. Lee, Francis Lightfoot

26. Lee, Richard Henry

27. Lewis, Francis

28. Livingston, Philip

29. Lynch Jr., Thomas

30. McKean, Thomas

A dog holds an American flag just ahead of the July 4th holiday this year.

Just before the holiday on July 4th this year, the dog is raising the American flag. (iStock)

31. Middleton, Arthur

32. Morris, Lewis

33. Morris, Robert

34. Morton, John

35. Nelson Jr., Thomas

36. Paca, William

37. Pain, Robert Treat

38. Penn, John

39. Read, George

40. Rodney, Caesar

"Declaration of Independence" — here is the detail of a painting by John Trumbell in an undated image.

"Declaration of Independence" — Dated Here Details of the painting by John Trambel in the image without. ("Declaration of Independence" / Painting by John Tran / Getty Images)

41. Ross, George

42. Rush, Dr. Benjamin ..

43. Latledge, Edward

44. Sherman, Roger

45. Smith, James

46. Stockton, Richard

47. Stone, Thomas

48. Taylor, George

49. Thornton, Matthew

50. Walton, George

The American flag — flying brightly against a blue sky.  

American Flag — Flying brightly against a blue sky.   (iStock)

51. Whipple, William

52. Williams, William

53. Wilson, James

54. Witherspoon, John

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55. Wolcott , Oliver

56. Weiss, George

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